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PHR - 09/3000/03

A randomised controlled cluster trial comparing the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a school-based cognitive behaviour therapy programme (FRIENDS) in the reduction of anxiety and improvement in mood in children aged 9/10

Project title: A randomised controlled cluster trial comparing the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a school-based cognitive behaviour therapy programme (FRIENDS) in the reduction of anxiety and improvement in mood in children aged 9/10

Call to action: 09/3000 09/3000 PHR Researcher Led - May 2009

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Paul Stallard

Lead Author: Professor Paul Stallard

Contractor: Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £1,279,979.48

Co-investigators: Dr Gordon Taylor, Dr Neil Simpson, Dr Rhiannon Phillips, Ms Sue Anderson, Professor Harry Daniels, Professor Rob Anderson.

Started: January 2011 | Status: Published November 2015

ISRCTN: 23563048

Study found that, at present, there is limited evidence to support the universal provision of specific anxiety prevention programmes in UK primary schools.

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